Antifa terrorist Willem Van Spronsen, 69, who attacked an ICE detention facility in Tacoma, WA and was dispatched from this existence by police there last weekend repeatedly used the same “concentration camp” rhetoric which Democratic Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) injected into U.S. politics last month, in a manifesto that he allegedly wrote. But you won’t find the media covering it… it’s been properly buried because it paints an unflattering image of radicals on the left… especially Antifa.
Van Spronsen was a proud and violent member of Antifa. He “was armed with a rifle and incendiary devices that he was tossing at the Northwest Detention Center early Saturday morning.” He destroyed at least one car before meeting his fate at the hands of the police. KIRO-7 stated: “Friends say he did make a statement in this manifesto he sent to them Friday night. In it he says, ‘i regret that i will miss the rest of the revolution,’ he wrote, ‘doing what i can to help defend my precious and wondrous people is an experience too rich to describe. i am antifa.'”
Here it is
ICE Bomber’s manifesto:
“I am Antifa” pic.twitter.com/B38PyaFc2v
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) July 14, 2019
A link to the guy’s manifesto shows the attacker used the term “concentration camps” four times and referred to them as being “corporate for profit.” This is the very same heated rhetoric that Ocasio-Cortez injected into the political maelstrom last month. In a live Instagram video, she claimed that ICE was running concentration camps on our southern border which incensed and motivated this whack-job.
From The Daily Wire:
“The mainstream media’s silence on the similarity between the rhetoric of the terrorist and the rhetoric of Ocasio-Cortez highlights a serious double-standard: in past instances, the media have quickly leapt to connect violent incidents with supposed incitement from Republicans. CNN, for example, ran multiple articles on its website suggesting that President Donald Trump’s rhetoric was responsible for the white supremacist terror attacks on the synagogue in Pittsburgh and the mosque in New Zealand; CNN does not have a single report on their website about the “concentration camp” rhetoric that the attacker in Tacoma used in his manifesto. NBC News ran multiple reports suggesting Trump was responsible for the white nationalist terror attacks on the synagogue and the mosque, yet has no reports about the attack on the ICE detention facility and the “concentration camp” rhetoric that was used.
“The United States is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are,” Ocasio-Cortez outlandishly claimed weeks ago. “They are concentration camps. And, um, if that doesn’t bother you, I don’t, I don’t know, I like, we can have, okay whatever.”
“Ocasio-Cortez went on to directly compare the immigrant detention facilities to Nazi concentration camps when she used the term “Never Again” — a direct reference to the Holocaust.
Ocasio-Cortez falsely claims Trump is operating concentration camps, compares the situation to the Holocaust: “The U.S. is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. … ‘Never Again’ means something … we need to do something about it” pic.twitter.com/F2MmZ8y2dT
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) June 18, 2019
“In an interview with The Daily Wire last month, attorney Matthew J. O’Brien — who has over 20 years of experience in immigration matters, including in high-level government positions — debunked Ocasio-Cortez’s false claim that immigrant detention facilities are “concentration camps.”
“I think the point that Representative Ocasio-Cortez is missing is that a concentration camp typically refers to a detention facility where a totalitarian regime’s political enemies are kept and the purpose is to nullify them as political enemies,” O’Brien said. “Internment camp is a general term that in international law and in typical usage refers to a place where people are held temporarily in a conflict because they are either from an enemy power, from a non-allied power, and there is some sort of national security concern or other internal security concern associated with them. Whereas, an immigration detention facility is where people are held pursuant to a democratically passed law because they have no authorization to be in the country and they are temporarily held there while the government is evaluating their claim to any kind of immigration relief and those facilities are regulated.”
“The distinction between a concentration camp, which is usually regulated by the totalitarian government’s security forces, an Internment facility, which is usually regulated by the military or by a paramilitary security force, and immigration detention, is that immigration detention is monitored by the courts and anyone who is in immigration detention has access to the courts to contest any issues they may have with the detention,” O’Brien continued. “So to contrast between a totalitarian government using the force of the state to terrorize its political enemies, the temporary internment of people who represent a national security threat … versus a legal process that is designed to protect the safety and security both of the United States and of the people coming into the country because one of the reasons why we detain people in immigration detention is to figure out who they are so we can vet them but also so that we can determine what their purpose is here.”‘
That explanation should settle the issue but of course, it won’t because it does not fit the political narrative on the radical left these days.
.@AOC refuses to condemn the Antifa attack on the Tacoma ICE center; refuses to tell @TheRealKeean if her inflammatory comments about “concentration camps” radicalized the attacker. pic.twitter.com/YOjn0yL032
— The Rebel (@RebelNewsOnline) July 15, 2019
Van Spronsen went on to say in his manifesto “to those burdened with the wreckage from my actions, I hope that you will make the best use of that burden.” It’s a call to violent revolution and his comrades are rallying to it. They claim the police murdered him. In fact, you will find those such as AOC refusing to condemn the attack as well.
“There’s wrong and there’s right. It’s time to take action against the forces of evil,” Van Spronsen wrote. “Evil says one life is worth less than another. Evil says the flow of commerce is our purpose here. Evil says concentration camps for folks deemed lesser are necessary. The handmaid of evil says the concentration camps should be more humane. Beware the centrist.”
“This is a call to patriots… to stand against this travesty against everything that you hold sacred,” he added.
Months before Willem Van Spronsen carried out his domestic terrorist attack against @Icegov, CNN profiled the far-left militia group to which he belonged, and encouraged their viewers to support the group. pic.twitter.com/KO1gm7XTkj
— Far Left Watch (@FarLeftWatch) July 14, 2019
CNN at one time promoted Van Spronsen as some kind of radical hero. He was a member of the Puget Sound chapter of the John Brown Gun Club, a militant communist organization promoted by CNN. The John Brown Gun Club was promoted by CNN as recently as April where a commentator claimed the organization was “white, liberal, progressive people, inclusive, friendly to the world.” A man appearing to be Van Spronsen can be seen four seconds into a promotional clip released by CNN for their segment.
It’s long past time that Antifa was declared a terrorist group. They are not just domestic either… they are international. Communist Antifa groups control whole towns in Europe… especially Germany. The irony is not lost on me or others either. More ironic is the fact that the fascism those such as Ocasio-Cortez, the Squad, and Antifa decry is exactly the fascism they themselves take part in. It’s the new and improved communist way.
Seattle Antifa Action has posted a eulogy & the ICE firebomber's alleged manifesto on its Facebook page that was sent to friends before the attack. In it, he allegedly wrote: "I am antifa, I stand with comrades around the world…" pic.twitter.com/4rTDYDu0Xb
— Andy Ngo (@MrAndyNgo) July 14, 2019
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